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Oriented especially for the psychiatrist but likely to be greatly helpful for the internist who wishes to enlarge his or her capacities to understand and help patients with greater attention to the patient's cultural matrix and personal style. Opens with reviews of the various major orientations-biologic, psychodynamic, behavioral, sociocultural-and the clinician-patient relationship. Then moves into assessments (mental, laboratory, psychologic), and differential diagnosis and then into the major syndromes (such as anxiety, depression), concluding with chapters on the main treatment methods. References are drawn mainly from the psychiatric literature. (EJH)
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Outpatient Psychiatry: Diagnosis and Treatment. Ann Intern Med. 1989;111:771. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-111-9-771_6
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